Bold: One Word Update (January)

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  • BrennaDA

    What an exciting journey, friend! Proud of you!

  • emmillerwrites

    TOTALLY COOL. I’m proud of all your bold steps, and I like who you are. (And an aside: I also dream of going to seminary. I haven’t been able to figure how that would fit into my schedule and budget, but my husband just pointed me to free seminary classes online through Covenant Theological Seminary. They also have $25 weekend courses [I’m really tempted by next weekends’s on prayer…]. None would end in a degree, but it’s that knowledge, that study at a higher level that makes me want to go to seminary anyway. Like you said, what would I really do with the degree?)

  • Ben Moore

    Love how you see something that resonates with your soul and take a step, not necessarily knowing the rest of the steps. That is boldness that God honors, even it does hurt.

  • kt_writes

    I love this—that rather than “bold” always having to be big and scary, it can look like this: “I’m trying to be bold in who I am – accepting myself and living authentically and unashamed.” A whole series of small bold steps will add up to an astoundingly bold journey!

    (Also, you made me lol with “Not cool, Robert Frost. Not cool, Jesus.” I’m so thankful you are a part of my blogging community!)

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  • http://www.tammygrrrl.com/ Tammy Perlmutter

    This is awesome: “Being honest and unashamed of that honesty feels like walking up to the burning bush, and instead of just admiring and questioning it, diving into the middle of it.” I have felt that burn before!! I think you are brave for even posting under a different name!! I think that takes a lot of boldness. I love your mind, your courage to ask hard questions, take on the world for equality and justice. But I also know it feels lonely at times. Fitting in can feel like it’s more and more impossible. So you have to kick it to the curb and be fully you. And you are very loved.